Alpha Light™ Ballistic Clipboard
The Alpha Light™ Ballistic Clipboard was designed specifically for the needs of traffic officers and others where a routine day may suddenly turn violent. This is not your 20th century technology ballistic fiber panel with a clip stuck on it! Our unique design uses a premium ballistic steel panel and large backface pad to safely absorb hits with negligible blunt trauma, while the hand strap allows the user to maintain full control of it with one hand - even when repeatedly struck by gunfire! We also offer a variant intended for use by officers who use tablets rather than paper pads. Contact us for details, and to verify compatibility with the tablet and drop case brand used.
- NIJ Level IIIA. Stops .44 Magnum, 9 mm high velocity, and lesser threat rounds including .357 Magnum, .40 S&W and .45 ACP. Not intended to stop rifle fire.
- Smooth matte black powder coated for corrosion resistance
- Adjustable and removable hand strap with 3 mounting positions
- Backface pad for everyday comfort and energy absorption
- Low profile chrome steel clip
- 9.5" wide x 12.5" tall
- 3 pounds weight
- No shelf life limitations. No storage limitations.
Note that the Alpha Light ballistic panel is made from the same grade of steel as the Alpha Shield, but is slightly thinner saving about a pound of weight compared to an Alpha-thickness clipboard.
FREE SHIPPING within the continental USA. (We cannot ship to any P.O. boxes!) International customers please click here for more information.
Current ship time is approximately 1-2 business days after receipt of order.
Purchaser is responsible for complying with all local, state, and federal laws regarding purchase and use of ballistic protection products. Hardcore Defense assumes no liability for illegal use or misuse of the product. It is usually legal for civilians to purchase and own body armor and ballistic shields within the United States. Residents of Connecticut and any individuals convicted of a felony are prohibited from owning bulletproof vests and other body armor; whether a ballistic clipboard counts as "body armor" is open to debate and interpretation may vary by jurisdiction.